Sunday , 23 September 2018
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Cricket Gone for a Six

THE IPL scam has placed a question to the UPA: how far they can let ‘laissez faire’ go? Entities of the IPL have been minting tens of millions without paying any taxes and without reporting to anybody for the past three years.

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Quality of Education

THE government has accepted the recommendations of the five-member committee headed by the former education department official, Mr Dnyaneshwar Pednekar about the new uniform fee structure and also plans to notify this later this month for implementation from the academic year 2010-11.

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Liberalisation of Financial Sector

BY P RAMAN
POLITICAL stargazing is always a risky job in India. But one can safely make a few predictions about the government’s economic initiatives in the next few weeks. Let the budget session end, and there will be a high-pitch build-up in favour of total deregulation and liberalisation of the financial sector to allow foreign participation and for removal of FDI cap in infrastructure.

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Reining in Prices

The Bharatiya Janata Party president, Mr Nitin Gadkari on Thursday apologised to the people of Delhi for the inconvenience caused to them due to traffic disruptions during the party’s rally against price rise a day ago.

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Where Thieves Rule

IT is a matter of shame that despite having the police headquarters of Goa police which is not tired of boasting of its professional approach and attitude, Panaji city has turned into heaven for thieves.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Uniting the Religious
THIS is in reference to the letters written by Mr A F Nazareth and Mr Sebastian D’Souza on ‘Pagan practices in the Church’ (NT, April 21). The zatra of Goddess Lairai and the Milagres Feast of Mapusa fall on the same day–as both are supposed to be sisters.

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Truly for Tribal Welfare

LET us hope the Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh meant it when he said that the administration should not overlook the fact that many areas in which extremism flourishes are under-developed and many of the people, mainly poor tribals who live in these areas have been denied the benefits of our ambitious developmental programmes.

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